Visitors are always welcome! We have visitors at nearly every service throughout the year.
You will see our Membership Administrator, Ann Pareti, in the foyer as you enter. She will be the first to welcome you. A coffee/social hour follows the service and Ann is there, too, at the Membership Table to answer your questions and offer you ways to begin to know us better.
What to expect on a typical Sunday
- Our services begin at 10am, last an hour, and include music, readings and an address by our minister or an invited speaker.
- Religious Education is offered for all children from nursery through high school.
- Our coffee hour begins immediately after the service. In addition to speaking with Ann Pareti at the Membership Table, you’ll have a chance to meet and talk with some of our members, and to stop at our Social Responsibilities table where you will see the many social justice issues our members are committed to working on.
What to expect when you visit with children
- We suggest you come a little early if you’re coming with children.
- Ann Pareti, who is at the front door, or a member assisting her will arrange for someone to take you to meet the Director of Religious Education who will show you the facilities and tell you about the programs we offer for your children.
We always encourage newcomers to consider coming to some of our educational and social events. All of these are open to everyone – members and newcomers alike. A few of these are:
- One Book where the group chooses fiction and non-fiction to read and discuss; (with link)
- Connections where small groups consider life issues that matter; (with link)
- Events sponsored by Social Responsibilities committees on current social justice issues including movies, speakers, book discussions and more. All of these can be found on the calendar on our website.
Newcomer brunches and Introduction to Unitarian Universalism classes which will be announced in the monthly newsletter and weekly eblasts.
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